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FISA notice by federal prosecutors, alleging that electronic phone and/or e-mail communication wiretaps may be used in prosecuting this terrorism-related case

FISA notice by federal prosecutors, alleging that electronic phone and/or e-mail communication wiretaps may be used in prosecuting this terrorism-related case

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  • 1. UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT DISTRICT OF MINNESOTA Crim. No. 09-50 (JMR/SRN) ) ) UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, ) NOTICE OF INTENT TO USE FOREIGN ) INTELLIGENCE SURVEILLANCE ACT v. ) INFORMATION ) SALAH OSMAN AHMED, ) ) Defendant. ) ) NOTICE OF INTENT TO USE FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE SURVEILLANCE ACT INFORMATION PURSUANT TO TITLE 50, UNITED STATES CODE, SECTIONS 1801 ET SEQ. The United States of America, through its attorney, Frank J. Magill, United States Attorney for the District of Minnesota, hereby provides notice to the defendant, SALAH OSMAN AHMED, and to the Court, pursuant to Title 50, United States Code, Sections 1801 et seq., that the United States intends to use or disclose at pre- trial hearings, the trial and other proceedings in this case information obtained or derived from electronic surveillance and/or physical searches conducted pursuant to the authority of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978. Respectfully submitted, FRANK J. MAGILL United States Attorney s/W. Anders Folk W. Anders Folk Assistant United States Attorney Attorney No. 0311388